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“It’s hard, but inside there’s life,” said Chick Alston— sometimes called the mayor of the Queensbridge Houses— in his raspy voice, looking up at the security bars hanging off a red brick building. “Inside the building there’s real life. Real families. Real love.” CONTD.

“It’s hard, but inside there’s life,” said Chick Alston— sometimes called the mayor of the Queensbridge Houses— in his raspy voice, looking up at the security bars hanging off a red brick building. “Inside the building there’s real life. Real families. Real love.” CONTD.

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    My father grew up in a similar housing project in Brooklyn, the Marlboro Houses in Gravesend (the neighborhood between...
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